Help girls ages 8 to 12 grow their skills and boost their confidence
When young girls believe that they can do anything they dream of, every new situation becomes an opportunity to learn and grow! This confidence-building journal helps any girl embrace a growth mindset and discover how smart and capable she truly is. With a range of insightful writing prompts and exercises, this kids journal for girls can help her become braver and happier every day.
What sets this growth mindset journal for kids apart from the rest:
• Empowering advice--Girls will explore how a growth mindset can give them a healthy self-esteem and the power to control their own success.
• A growth mindset for life--This journal shows girls how change can be a good thing, how to think positive in spite of obstacles, and how to face the future with curiosity and optimism.
• Hands-on inspiration--Fun challenges like writing a motivational letter to themselves or creating a vision board of their goals will help girls practice what they've learned.
Encourage any girl to develop a growth mindset with the journal that helps her tackle any challenge.
"The world already speaks so loudly at young girls--it is so refreshing to have this journal to help them hear their own internal voice and find power and growth from it!" --Christine Crowell BCBA, mom and clinical director of Continuum Behavioral Health
"This book helps girls not just survive but thrive! Jamie effortlessly captures core concepts essential to a happy and healthy mindset and presents them in an easily digestible, fun, and engaging journal designed specifically for girls. By the end of this journal, girls will have worked through ways to build confidence, stand up for themselves, persevere in the face of failure, and above all, learn to love themselves. Must-have for all girls wanting to become successful women!" --Whitney Dominick, PhD, professor of positive psychology
"The Growth Mindset Journal for Girls is a wonderful tool that provides girls with a fun and interactive way to explore their potential and build confidence. Using a creative, open-ended format, the journal encourages self-reflection that promotes positive emotional growth and development. I highly recommend this book for girls of all ages!" --Elizabeth Falchook, MD, child and adolescent psychiatrist
About the Author:
Jamie Leigh Bassos, MS, BCBA, is a board-certified behavior analyst who has worked with infants, toddlers, children, and families for over 20 years. She holds a master of science degree in applied behavior analysis from Northeastern University and a bachelor of science in psychology from The George Washington University. She received extensive training in the education and treatment of individuals with autism spectrum disorders at the New England Center for Children. She is currently the vice president of Continuum Behavioral Health, where, since 2011, she has provided in-home, school, and community support to individuals with learning and behavioral challenges all over the United States.